Wang Shu's Powerful Ningbo History Museum is Made of Rubble
Yesterday Chinese architect, Wang Shu was awarded the 2012 Pritzker Prize, one of the world's highest honors in architecture. He designed and built the Ningbo History Museum dedicated to the history of humanities and the arts on the east coast of China. Completed in 2008, Ningbo History Museum is an inverted mountain built from materials that were left after disasters and is an exhibit and work of art itself.
Wang Shu of Amateur Architecture Studio | 'Ningbo History Museum' | 2008 | Ningbo, China | http://www.chinese-architects.com/en/amateur